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Biosensor system optimises mammalian cell-based binding assay workflow

System can be used with unfixed cells in suspension or adherent cells grown directly on the sensor chips themselves



SPR-based instruments for molecular binding studies

Surface plasmon resonance enables the detailed study of biomolecular function in real time and without the need for fluorescent tags or radioactive markers, and often without the need for prior purification. Elab reports.



Genetic change prevents nicotine binding

A tiny genetic mutation is the key to understanding why nicotine is virtually powerless in muscle cells that are studded with the same type of receptor.



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